Year in Review: the 10 most popular Condos of the Week in 2013
You don’t have to be in the market for a condo to get a voyeuristic thrill from scoping out the possibilities. That’s why we spent the last year scouring Toronto real estate listings and profiling the most fascinating units we could find for sale—from quirky, open-concept lofts to ultra-modern penthouses. While all had their merits, a few stood out. Here, in descending order, the 10 most popular Condos of the Week of 2013.
391 Brunswick Avenue
The Place: A two-level penthouse in the Schoolhouse Lofts, a 19-unit building that was previously home to Loretto College girls school.
195 Poplar Plains Road
The Place: A one-bedroom, two-level condo in a converted Georgian mansion around the corner from Scaramouche restaurant.
384 Sunnyside Avenue
The Place: A three-bedroom, two-level unit in the Abbey Lofts, a former Methodist Church converted into 24 residences in 2008.
206 Bloor Street West
The Place: A two-bedroom residence on the third floor of the Museum House, a building aptly named for its proximity to the Royal Ontario Museum, the Bata Shoe Museum and the Gardiner Museum.
500 Wellington Street West
The Place: A two-bedroom suite in an upscale King West building built by developer Peter Freed.
77 Avenue Road
The Place: A two-bedroom modernist penthouse in the Yorkville building that houses The Yorkville Club and Whole Foods.
736 Dundas Street East
The Place: A one-bedroom loft in an east-end building that’s within a kilometre of six different streetcar lines.
189 Queen Street East
The Place: A one-bedroom unit on two levels with original oak floors, brick walls and exposed wooden beams. It’s one of 11 condos in the Boiler Factory Lofts on Queen Street East.
90 Trinity Street
The Place: A two-bedroom corner suite on the fourth floor of a midrise building in Corktown.
21 River Street
The Place: A two-bedroom, two-level loft in a former mill factory in Corktown.